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Wireless Radios

Ubiquiti AF-5-US
$1,021.00
  • Radio Alignment Display (RAD)
  • 5.47 - 5.95GHz operating frequency
  • Range: 62 Miles
  • < 50W Max power consumption
Ubiquiti AF-24-US
$1,532.00
  • 24 GHz Point-to-Point
  • 1.4+ Gbps radio
  • airOS™- airFiber configuration
  • Long range of 8+ miles
  • 24.05 - 24.25GHz operating frequency
  • 593 x 768 x 370mm (23.35" x 30.24" x 14.57")
  • 17.3kg (38.14 lbs) weight - mount included
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Ubiquiti BULLETM2-HP-US
$74.00
$79.00
You save: $5.00
  • Processor Specs
  • Memory Information
  • Networking Interface
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Ubiquiti AF-5X-US
$396.00
$399.00
You save: $3.00
  • Operation in Unlicensed Bands
  • 5 Ghz
  • GPS Synchronization
  • Range: 124+ Miles
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Ubiquiti BM2-TI-US
$109.00
$115.00
You save: $6.00
  • Atheros MIPS 24KC, 400 MHz processor    
  • 32 MB SDRAM, 8 MB Flash memory
  • 1 x 10/100 Ethernet port
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Ubiquiti BULLETM5-HP-US
$74.00
$79.00
You save: $5.00
  • 600mW of power 
  • AirMax Technology
  • Weatherproof design
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Ubiquiti AF-5G-OMT-S45-US
$33.00
$39.00
You save: $6.00
  • 5 GHz conversion kit
  • Usable with RocketDish RD-5G30 or RD-5G34 
Ubiquiti AF-5U
$1,021.00
  • Synchronous Data Transmission and Reception
  • Dual-Antenna Architecture
  • Drop‑in cradle Mount Design
  • Robust Filtering
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Ubiquiti AF-2X-US
$491.00
$499.00
You save: $8.00
  • 2.4 Ghz
  • 24 dBi Gain
  • 124+ miles range
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Ubiquiti AF-3X-US
$779.00
$799.00
You save: $20.00
  • 3300-3900 MHz
  • 128-bit AES Encryption
  • 2x RP-SMA Weatherproof
  • 1x SMA Weatherproof (GPS)

Network wireless equipment is used to transmit network video from one place to another without the use of cable. In the video surveillance world the transmission typically originates from an IP security camera. The most common wireless configurations are PTP (point to point) and PTMP (point to multipoint). PTP is when you have a single transmitter streaming to a receiver. PTMP is when you have several transmitters all streaming to one receiver. When choosing the right wireless equipment you need to be mindful of the bandwidth that you are trying to stream. The wireless equipment will have a limit on how much it can handle. In order to find out how much you are streaming you have to find out the bandwidth requirements of each camera you are wanting to send across the link.

If you need help designing your wireless video surveillance system then please call and speak with one our experts. We will design your system at no cost making sure that you get what you need to successfully install your wireless camera system.

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